• 5 religion happiness hacks for the non-religious

    I’ve finally caved and written a listicle. It is a long-form listicle, but a listicle all the same. Yes, I still want to maintain the integrity of the blog as a forum for open intellectual discussion. But I found as I was writing that naturally, this particular post emerged as a series of ideas related to a common theme. Realising…

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    Friday Favourites – 27th July 2018

    This week has been MANIC, mostly in a completely wonderful way. I moved house, went to see my bf perform as part of the choir at the BBC Proms, spent the day at Glyndebourne and every spare second I have been unpacking/sorting the new place whilst trying to keep ahead of work! It has been a bit of an emotional…

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    Friday Favourites – 20th July 2018

    So this week has been a little crazy, I’m moving house at the weekend and will be in London again! It is all very exciting and I am looking forward to being closer to all the hustle and bustle of the city (even if I am in somewhat leafy suburbs…) Here is a round-up of my favourite self-development inspiration this…

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    Friday Favourites – 13th July 2018

    This week’s Friday favourites is both short, and a day late (sorry! I’m blaming superstition: it didn’t go live because it was Friday 13th!) I have two recommendations this week, but I promise they are good ones….! Favourite Read Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig Mum, if you’re reading this, there’s no need to worry, I plan firmly on…

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    Inspiring positive change in football: Praise for Gareth Southgate and team

    Ahead of tonight’s World Cup Football Semi-Final, England vs Croatia, I want to take a moment to highlight the fantastic mental health work done by Gareth Southgate’s team. This article in the Guardian outlines the incredible work the England football team have done with a psychologist, Pippa Grange, to work through issues relating to mental health, to re-frame their perspectives,…

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